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Unformatted text preview: tion, leading to the truly respectful mind. Created by Dr. Joanne Hsu Created Five Minds for the Future: The Ethical Mind Abstracting crucial features of one’s role at role work and one’s role as a citizen and acting work role consistently with those conceptualizations; striving toward good work and good citizenship. (Gardner, 2006, p. 158) citizenship. Building global competence in psychology Building strengthens the ethical mind, as the profession demands one to adhere to its ethical guidelines for research and practice, as well as to uphold the values of peace and social justice. Created by Dr. Joanne Hsu Created Five Minds for the Future: The Ethical Mind Gardner conceived good work to be: Gardner good Excellent in quality Excellent Responsible (considering its implications for the wider Responsible community) Engaging and meaningful (making one “feel good”) Engaging Gardner and his colleagues have been engaged in the GoodWork Gardner GoodWork Project, Project, “a large scale effort to identify individuals and institutions that exemplify good work—work that is excellent in quality, socially that responsible and meaningful to its practitioners—and to responsible and determine ho...
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